A film shot in a vacuum that contains more than what its images held. The material images of the film have disappeared but they now continue to appear. They are here, there, here. There is a series of fascinating coincidences or signals that makes them appear. It's like a constant bypass between the present of the past and the past of the present. Between what was considered identity in the now and what is biographic of the people who experienced the transition.
Andrea González. Graduated as an architect from ETSAMadrid and master in Design and Arts from the Sandberg Instituut (Amsterdam). Recently, with the support of the Autonomous Region of Madrid's Grants for Creation, she has worked on 'It Is Impossible', 'It Cannot Be', which won the Plastic Arts Series award. This work was premièred at Het HEM (Amsterdam) and screened at Matadero Madrid, Filmhuis Den Haag and Cinema Galleggiante (Venice), among others. She co-directs Home Cinema and collaborates with Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee and fanfare (Amsterdam). She facilitated PUB Sandberg and Alone Together and was a radio host on RACA Radio. She also organised Parkineo at Matadero Madrid and started the journey 'En Castilla La Mancha hay más de cien polideportivos iguales'.
She has also collaborated with cultural institutions and organisations, such as the Venice Architecture Biennale, Sonic Acts, Rozenstraat, Hangar, La Casa Encendida, Matadero Madrid, CentroCentro, Droog Design, PARK The Magazine, Pasajes Arquitectura and Crítica, COAM's journal of architecture, Teatron, ETSAMadrid, University of Alicante, IEDMadrid, AA London, Universidad CEU San Pablo and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, among others.
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